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Area basketball roundup: Red Raiders outlast Cavaliers

TYNDALL -- The Wagner girls basketball team picked up a 57-54 road win over Bon Homme on Friday in Tyndall. Wagner (1-5): Janae Patterson scored 15 points and Kayli Kocer scored 10 points to lead the Red Raiders. Up next: Wagner plays Corsica-Sti...

Wagner's Kayli Kocer, right, drives to the basket as Bon Homme's Ciera Himes, left, defends her during a prep girls basketball game on Friday in Tyndall. (Eric Mayer / Republic)
Wagner's Kayli Kocer, right, drives to the basket as Bon Homme's Ciera Himes, left, defends her during a prep girls basketball game on Friday in Tyndall. (Eric Mayer / Republic)

TYNDALL - The Wagner girls basketball team picked up a 57-54 road win over Bon Homme on Friday in Tyndall.

Wagner (1-5): Janae Patterson scored 15 points and Kayli Kocer scored 10 points to lead the Red Raiders. Up next: Wagner plays Corsica-Stickney today in Corsica.

Bon Homme (1-4): Bailey Kortan led the Cavaliers with 22 points, while Rachel Sestak and Ciera Himes each scored eight points. Kenzie Carson grabbed eight rebounds. Up next: Bon Homme plays at Freeman on Tuesday.

Ethan 74, Wessington Springs 9

ETHAN - The Ethan girls held Wessington Springs to only two points in the first half Friday in Ethan.

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Ethan (6-2): Karly Gustafson led the Rustlers with 19 points and seven rebounds. Jessica Bartscher added 15 points and Mollie Miiller had five steals. The Rustlers totaled 20 rebounds in the win. Up next: Ethan plays Bridgewater-Emery on Monday at the Corn Palace.

Wessington Springs (2-5): Chasity Vissia scored three points in the loss, and Sierra Swenson had four rebounds. Up next: Wessington Springs starts 281 Conference Tourney play on Jan. 12 in Wolsey.

WS 2 2 5 9

E 21 46 62 74

Lennox 73, Platte-Geddes 24

PLATTE - The Lennox girls basketball team held Platte-Geddes to three fourth-quarter points Friday in Platte.

Lennox (7-1): Riley Peters led Lennox with 19 points. Rianna Fillipi and Isabel Ihnen scored 15 and 10 points, respectively. Fillipi also had seven assists. Up next: Lennox hosts Clark/Willow Lake today.

Platte-Geddes (3-4): Tori Weins and Dominique Girton each scored eight points in the loss, and Weins added four rebounds. Up next: Platte-Geddes plays Corsica-Stickney on Monday in Stickney.

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L 34 53 64 73

PG 7 17 21 24

Vermillion 48, Parkston 17

PARKSTON - Vermillion took down Parkston on the road in a girls basketball game Friday.

Vermillion (7-0): Haleigh Melstad led the Tanagers with 16 points, while Kasey Herbster added 12 and Kasey Jensen added nine. Up next: Vermillion hosts Madison on Tuesday.

Parkston (1-7): Izzy Hohn, Paige Semmler and Maysa Davidson each scored four points in the loss. Up next: Parkston hosts Wagner on Jan. 11.

V 20 30 45 48

P 4 7 9 17

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Boys basketball

Ethan 75, Wessington Springs 36

ETHAN-Four Rustlers shot in double figures to power Ethan to a win over Wessington Springs Friday in Ethan.

Ethan (4-2): Derek Storm led the scoring with 25 points, Brady Hawkins scored 13 points with eight rebounds, and Eric Gustafson scored 11 points with seven rebounds. Abiah Plastow added 14 points, six rebounds, five assists and five steals. Up next: Ethan plays Bridgewater-Emery on Monday at the Corn Palace.

Wessington Springs (1-6): Gunner Brandenburg put up 12 points in the loss, and Jacob Messmer added six points. Up next: Wessington Springs starts 281 Conference tourney play on Jan. 13 in Wolsey.

WS 12 21 25 36

E 33 60 66 75

Scotland 43, Tripp-Delmont/Armour 38

SCOTLAND-Scotland edged Tripp-Delmont/Armour in prep boys basketball action on Friday.

Scotland (3-3): The Highlanders were led by Mason Dennis, who finished with 16 points and 10 rebounds for a double-double. Tanner Van Driel added 11 points, seven rebounds and four steals. Up next: Scotland hosts Centerville on Tuesday.

TDA (1-4): Trevor Lau had 15 points and six rebounds, while Daniel Fuoss added eight points and six rebounds for the Nighthawks, who committed 19 turnovers in the loss. Up next: TDA hosts Kimball/White Lake tonight in Armour.

TDA 10 17 26 38

S 16 23 31 43

Bon Homme 62, Wagner 41

TYNDALL-Three players scored in double figures to carry Bon Homme to a boys basketball victory over Wagner on Friday.

Bon Homme (5-0): Bryce Scieszinski scored 25 points, while Colin Adams and Joey Slama both had 12 points apiece. Up next: Bon Homme plays Viborg-Hurley today at the Sanford Pentagon in Sioux Falls.

Wagner (0-4): Tysin Arpan scored 19 points. James LaPointe added 11 points for Wagner, which committed 25 turnovers. Up next: Wagner plays Corsica-Stickney today in Corsica.

W 10 23 33 41

BH 18 33 50 62

Vermillion 56, Parkston 45

PARKSTON-Vermillion outscored Parkston 24-13 in the fourth quarter to pull away for a boys basketball win on Friday in Parkston. The game was knotted up at 32-32 entering the final frame.

Vermillion (3-3): A.J. Plitzuweit powered the Tanagers with 38 points, eight rebounds and four steals. Up next: Vermillion plays at Lennox on Jan. 11.

Parkston (4-3): Brady Albrecht led the Trojans with 12 points and eight rebounds. Trenton Weber added 11 points, while Braden Bruening had 10 points and nine boards. Up next: Parkston plays Tri-Valley today at the Sanford Pentagon in Sioux Falls.

V 14 22 32 56

P 13 25 32 45

Dell Rapids 90, Chamberlain 44

CHAMBERLAIN-Dell Rapids had three players score in double figures in the win at Chamberlain on Friday.

Dell Rapids (4-2): Carson Rentz led the Quarriers with 24 points, including 8-for-11 from 3-point range. Mason Schmidt scored 23 points and Jeffrey Schuch added 17 points. Up next: Dell Rapids hosts Sioux Falls Christian on Tuesday.

Chamberlain (3-3): Riggs Priebe put up eight points, and Jazz Dominguez added five. Up next: Chamberlain plays Cheyenne-Eagle Butte today in Eagle Butte.

DR 33 56 72 90

C 10 17 28 44

Bridgewater-Emery 92, Freeman 57

EMERY-Bridgewater-Emery had four players in double figures in the home win over Freeman Friday.

Bridgewater-Emery (5-2): Sawyer Schultz carried the Huskies with 36 points, Carter Dye put up 22 points, Jamin Arend scored 13 and Duot Van Sickle added 10 points. Dye collected 11 rebounds, while Schultz added nine boards. The Huskies totaled 39 rebounds. Up next: Bridgewater-Emery plays Colman-Egan today in Colman.

Freeman (2-4): Braxton Schmidt topped the scoring for Freeman with 19 points, while Dausyn Pravecek scored 12 and Charles Harberts added 11 points. Micah Swenson had six rebounds, and Pravecek and Bailey Sage each added five. Up next: Freeman hosts Bon Homme on Tuesday.

F 12 32 45 57

BE 13 34 72 92

Colome 62, Lyman 50

COLOME-The Colome boys basketball team took down Lyman Friday in Colome.

Colome (6-0): Kolton Salonen led the Cowboys with 21 points while Jackson Kinzer had 18 points and Layton Thieman scored 12 points. Kinzer and Thieman added nine and six boards, respectively. Up next: Colome starts play in the Jones County Invitational Tournament on Jan. 11 in Murdo.

Lyman (2-4): Tate Wagner and Baptiste Pourier each scored 15 points for the Raiders, and Kaden Choal scored six. Wagner added eight rebounds, while Ty Schindler had five. Up next: Lyman starts play in the Jones County Invitational Tournament on Jan. 11 in Murdo.

L 20 32 43 50

C 15 28 46 62

Burke/South Central 60, Centerville 35

CENTERVILLE-Burke/South Central had three players in double figures in the win over Centerville Friday.

Burke/South Central (3-4): Darren Witt scored 19 points, Jaden Frank netted 16 points and Kray Person dropped 10 points in the win. Witt added eight rebounds, and Frank and Person each added six rebounds. Up next: Burke/South Central hosts Gregory on Jan. 12 in Burke.

Centerville (0-6): Hayden Ellis scored 15 points and Hunter Ellis put up 10 points in the loss. Up next: Centerville hosts Scotland on Tuesday.

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C 7 19 30 35

McCook Central/Montrose 51, Garretson 49

SALEM-McCook Central/Montrose edged Garretson in a boys basketball game Friday.

MCM (2-7): Koltan Lindstrom and Tucker Seamer each shot in double figures with 18 points and 10 points, respectively. Lindstrom added nine rebounds, while Kyle Tuschen put up eight rebounds. MCM totaled 36 rebounds. Up next: MCM will play Howard at 3:30 p.m. today in Parker.

Garretson (0-6): Drew Blosmo led with 23 points and Brennan Mudder had a game-high 10 rebounds. Up next: Garretson will play Chester at 2 p.m. today.

G 15 20 35 49

MCM 13 17 38 51

Winner 56, Bennett County 28

MARTIN-A big third quarter pushed the Winner boys basketball team past Bennett County on Friday in Martin. No stats were reported. Winner (2-5) plays at Gregory today, while Bennett County (0-6) hosts Wall today.

W 8 27 44 56

BC 8 16 22 28

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